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Editing 1080i MPGs without converting

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I've been using EyeTV 3 for a while now. I always export using the "no re-encoding" MPEG Program Stream option.

But once you do -- although you can still play the MPG with EyeTV -- you CAN'T use the program to edit it.

Is there any way to edit high-definition MPGs WITHOUT CONVERTING to another format? Here's a 1080i sample from today's Winter Olympics on NBC: winter.mpg

I hope there's a Mac way (I'd hate to resort to Windows).
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